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This reliable little Fells Point sushi house has demonstrated impressive consistency and staying power, and we know a few mavens who swear up and down that the sushi here is the best in town. The udon, tempuras, pajun (Korean-style pancakes), and gyoza are all a notch above the norm, too.
A unique movement and wellness ceneter specializing in Pilates, Pilates based training, Yoga, Bellydance, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy and much more.
A bar submerged in traditional Latino culture is a great place to end your night after dining at any one of Fells Point's Mexican restaurants. Cash only.
Things change. The original Daily Grind-ramshackle and smoky-is now a maritime museum. Smokers have been banished from the new location as well, and the crowd coming in looks positively reputable. The Key Coffee brews are still among the best around, and nourishing sandwiches (powerhouses, hummus sandwiches) and baked goods (that blueberry muffin) remain affordable.
Pub atmosphere decorated with boating and sailing accessories that serves seafood fare.
If you can get a seat in this busy diner in the heart of Fells Point, it's probably the best cheap eats to be found in the neighborhood. Tasty lunch-counter basics, like meat-loaf sandwiches, pancakes, and burgers round out the menu, and if you've got a hankering for a little something to wash down that pancake breakfast, they serve alcohol all day, too.
You can't unpack this kind of ambiance from a shipping crate; it takes decades. The warm, patina-ed hardwood throughout, the massive bar, the smell of steamed shrimp and Old Bay, the quiet dining room decorated with European paintings and African sculpture, the bustling outdoor patio. John Steven is like an old buddy who's still at the end of the bar while others come and go. The staff puts out expert fish and seafood entrées--daily specials never disappoint. Crab cakes rank with the best around town. The taps offer a refined and tasty selection. And the steamed shrimp you smelled when you crossed the threshold? Order a pound of jumbos. Outstanding.
Juicy hand-formed burgers headline the menu at this quintessential Fells Point pub. The burgers are half-price all day and night on Tuesday, when patrons are asked not to endlessly hog up tables. Kooper's sustains a week's worth of similar dining specials (e.g., fajitas and margaritas on Mondays, New York steak on Thursday), and locals appear to have the whole schedule memorized. You'll have a better time if you like a drink or two--everyone else here does. Not quite memorable dining but efficient and reliable, with a terrific Sunday brunch.
Mehek's sherbet-fresh ambiance and pretty platings instantly set apart this new Fells Point Indian restaurant. The contemporary aesthetics and modern table settings, along with a graphically impressive menu, make first-time diners feel like they're in capable, experienced hands, and they are. The greens that accompany appetizers are fresher here, the garnishing more thoughtful, and food that elsewhere lacks visual pleasure is loaded with it at Mehek. Skewers and kebabs are the house specialty. The food itself comes in manageably moderate portions and has a light touch. The hot stuff could be hotter, though, and the service can be oddly aloof.
Somewhere in the back of this worn-looking Fells Point bar, Karin Tiffany turns out some of the most consistently worthwhile food in the city. There are only maybe half a dozen tables and a handful of entrées and appetizers, all spelled out on a chalkboard hanging next to the men's room, but Tiffany touches all the bases: artful openers, show-stopping soups, and always, always a worth-the-trip vegetarian entrée and a prime steak treated with all the respect it deserves. Plus the most garlicky garlic bread in the Mid-Atlantic. An enduring local favorite, and with good reason.
Reservations required and can only be made by parties of 15 or more guests. Shares space with the Fin, a café.
The world's friendliest bakery offers up not only a full range of breads and sweets, but also filling focaccias, paninis, etc. for lunch. Serves dinner on weekends during the summer.
The first Maryland outpost of this pan-Asian bar/eatery offers a little something for the whole family, from its signature pail of tater tots to noodles to sushi. Chicken stuffed pot stickers are hits, and many dishes can be made vegan/vegetarian.
College menu with two levels, pool tables, and an extensive tavern type menu consisting of burgers, seafood, and entrees.
Authentic Mexican eatery and carry-out. Sample corn tortillias made daily and tacos piled high with grilled meats. Hearty soups, chips and homemade salsa also available.
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